Music Computing Workshop

Learn the fundamentals of programming through music, so you can build anything in the age of technology.

Thinking about dipping your toes into programming? Start here! In our free Music Computing Workshop you’ll learn the fundamental concepts of computer programming and how to think like a programmer. This workshop is for computing beginners with a background in music, for example if you’re studying music at school or if you take music lessons as an extracurricular activity.

This September School holidays come along (online) and get a taste of programming – and make your own sounds while you’re at it.


Workshop details (choose from four sessions):

  • Where: ANU Teams

  • When: Week of September 20 
    10-11.30am Monday, Tuesday
    1-2.30pm Tuesday, Wednesday
    10-11.30am Wednesday, Thursday
    1-2.30pm Thursday, Friday

  • Cost: Free

  • Audience: Suitable for ages 13 and over. A great activity for the school holidays.

This workshop is part of an Honours project in the field of Computer Science Education looking at outreach programs to improve effectiveness in a more diverse audience. Please look through the participant information sheet and consent form relevant to you to understand the expectations and risks involved.

Date & time

10am 20 Sep – 2.30pm 24 Sep 2021


Online via Teams

Updated:  10 August 2021/Responsible Officer:  Dean, CECS/Page Contact:  CECS Marketing